Created as a tribute to the illustrious Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Austrian Gold Philharmonic coins are world-renowned and beloved by many investors and collectors. The 2023 Austrian Philharmonic Gold coin is the latest edition in this series.
The 1 oz Gold Philharmonic coin embodies two common themes in humanity: beauty and music. Both sides of the Gold Philharmonic feature beautifully detailed musical instruments that represent music in general and pay tribute to the famous Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra.
- Contains 1 oz of .9999 fine Gold.
- Tamper-evident seals on mint tubes and Monster Boxes. Multiples of 10 are packaged in mint tubes.
- Obverse: The Great Organ of the Golden Hall in Vienna’s concert hall, the Musikverein. The year, weight and face value are also on the front.
- Reverse: A collection of instruments, including the cello, violin, harp, Vienna horn and bassoon.
- Guaranteed by the Austrian Mint.
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Gold Philharmonic Series
First minted in 1989, The Austrian Gold Philharmonic bullion coins were created to pay homage to the famous Vienna Philharmonic, one of the world’s most well-known orchestras. This coin was minted with a face value of 2,000 schillings until it was changed to €100 in 2002. Gold Philharmonics now includes a variety of fractional sizes in addition to the 1 oz coin and also includes Silver and Platinum versions of these coins. On the 20th anniversary of the series, The Austrian Mint introduced a 20 oz .9999 fine Gold Philharmonic.
Gold Philharmonic Design
Since its inception, the Gold Philharmonic has recreated the artwork of the great pipe organ in the Vienna Musikverein’s Golden Hall on the obverse and various instruments on the reverse. The reverse depicts the cello, violin, harp, Vienna horn and bassoon.
Precious Metals IRA
For products to qualify for a Precious Metals IRA, they must meet basic fineness requirements set by the IRS. 1 oz Gold Philharmonic coins are eligible for Precious Metals IRAs as they exceed the .999 fineness requirement.